Volume XXIV, Number 1 June 22, 2012 TETON VILLAGE VIEWS & NEWS Teton Village, WY FIREMEN’S BARBECUE & ANNUAL ALL DISTRICTS’ MEETING ‐ JULY 19, 2012 You are invited to the ninth annual “Firemen’s Barbecue” and the twenty‐fourth annual All Districts’ Meeting and Budget Hearing on Thursday, July 21, 2011 at the Teton Village Firehouse. The Annual All Districts’ meeting will begin at 6:00 p.m. in the firehouse. Board members from each of the special districts will report on projects and events. The annual budgets for the 2012‐13 fiscal year will be presented for public comment. Dinner will be served at 7:00pm. Kevin Salava, Fire Chief and “Chef Extraordinaire” will once again be serving beef tenderloin, served with grilled vegetables, and a delicious assortment of hors d’oeuvres, salads and desserts. Wine and beer will be offered in the hospitality tent. Join your neighbors for this great event! Annual All Districts’ Meeting
6:00 p.m. Districts represented: Teton Village Water & Sewer District Teton Village Improvement & Service District Teton Village Architectural Committee Teton Village Special Fire District Teton Village Association ISD Teton Village Resort District Firemen’s 7648 Granite Ridge Loop Road RED, WHITE AND TWO! JULY 3RD & JULY 4TH Teton Village is hosting not one, but TWO, fun‐filled evenings celebrating Independence Day 2012! Tuesday, July 3rd and Wednesday, July 4th, bring your family and friends down to the Village Commons to enjoy the festivities. Tuesday night, at 7PM the Miller Sisters will help kick off the celebrations with their high‐energy eight‐piece band Mandatory Air. Then, allow the fireworks spectacle to dazzle you from your musical reverie as all eyes turn from center stage to the night’s sky at 10PM. Wednesday July 4th at 7PM it all starts again! Calle Mambo will get you on your feet with their hip‐swinging Afro‐Cuban Latin Salsa music. The band will rock the village into the night, when the final fireworks display (at 10PM) salutes the passing of the 236th year of our nation’s independence! For more details on these activities, contact the TVA at: tva.events@gmail.com or by calling (307)733‐5898. FALL 2012 ELECTIONS FOR BOARD POSITIONS Nominations are open for director’s positions this year as follows: Teton Village Architectural Committee (TVAC) The three‐year position which represents commercial lot owners on the Teton Village Architectural Committee will be voted upon in December. You must be a resident of Teton County to serve on the TVAC. Only owners of commercial lots may vote in the TVAC election for commercial representative. Ballots will be sent out November 15, 2012, and must be returned by December 15, 2012. Contact Patti Harmon for more information. Local Government A four‐year term on the Teton Village Improvement & Service District Board (ISD) will be voted on. You must own property in the residential area of Teton Village or Granite Ridge to serve on this board. Contact Patti Harmon for more information. A four‐year term on the Teton Village Special Fire District (TVSFD) Board will be voted on. You must live within the boundaries of the TVSFD to serve on this board. Contact Patti Harmon for more information. Three (3) four‐year terms on the Teton Village Water and Sewer District Board (TVW&SD) will be voted on. You must own property and live within TVW&SD boundaries to serve on this board. Contact Patti Harmon for more information. Two positions on the Teton Village Association Board will be up for election this year. This includes a three‐year term that will be voted on from candidates who are primarily engaged in the lodging business in Teton Village, and a four‐
year term that will be voted on from candidates primarily engaged in the ski resort business in Teton Village. Contact Sue Bybee for more information. For the Teton Village Resort District Board, a three‐year term will be voted on from candidates who are electors in the District. Additionally, a four‐year term will be voted on from candidates who are primarily engaged in the ski resort operation business in Teton Village. Contact Sue Bybee for more information. All elections are conducted by mail ballot. If you are a registered voter within District boundaries, you will automatically receive a ballot to vote for directors in the following election: • Teton Village Improvement & Service District (ISD) • Teton Village Special Fire District (TVSFD) • Teton Village Water and Sewer District (TVW&SD) • Teton Village Resort District (TVRD) In addition, property owners may vote in their respective ISD elections by requesting a ballot in writing. Anyone interested in running for any of these local government offices must submit an Application for Election between August 8 – August 28, 2012. For more information and the required application, please contact: Sue Bybee Patti Harmon (307) 733‐5898 (307) 733‐5457
AN UPDATE FROM TETON VILLAGE RESORT DISTRICT Teton Village Resort District continues to work with the Teton Village Association to upgrade the infrastructure in the commercial area of Teton Village. In the past year, the Resort District helped fund the reconfiguration of the traffic lanes and parking along Village Drive from Snake River Lodge and Spa to the north edge of the Mangy Moose. This change created two‐way vehicular traffic, a separate bus lane and improved safety for pedestrians, plus an enclosed bus waiting area. This year, landscaping and a walkway snow melting system will be added to this area. The Resort District worked in conjunction with the Village Center Inn to reconfigure the sidewalk in front of Wildernest Sports and snow melt this walkway. This summer, work will begin on additional storage and maintenance bays in the maintenance yard for storing, maintaining, repairing and cleaning buses and other maintenance equipment and vehicles. TVRD continues to work on landscaping and walking paths throughout the Village including the Village Commons, along Cody Drive, in front of the Inn at Jackson Hole, by the Hostel and along McCollister Drive and the entry road. Ongoing projects include improved signage and way finding and the realignment of the old entry road to intersect at the junction of Village Drive and Granite Loop Road by Snake River Lodge and Spa and improvements to parking lots. NEWS FROM TETON VILLAGE ASSOCIATION (TVA)
replacement of the old North entry road with its awkward intersection at Highway 390. The new North entry road (Après Vous Road) will be moved north to straighten out its alignment with Highway 390 and connect directly to the Ranch parking lot; a new pathway will also be constructed. Village Commons Activities and special events continue to be a major focus of TVA during the summer months and over the winter holidays. This summer, the Alive@ 5 program continues on Monday through Thursday nights with informational talks, a mini theater preview, live raptors and a real cowboy! The pop jet fountain has proven to be a real hit with the kids. Hanneke Bouwmeester is in charge of developing and organizing our activities and events. Concerts on the Commons will continue this year commencing with the Red White and 2 celebrations on the 3rd and 4th of July and 5 additional concerts on Sunday afternoons throughout the summer season. Additional information on these is included in other sections of this newsletter. TVA has received a Mineral Royalty Grant from the State of Wyoming which will help finance the TVA increased its funding of the AllTrans shuttle along Rachel Way and Michael Drive this past winter to allow the shuttle to provide complimentary service for all residents and guests of the resort. TVA continues to work on ways to improve transportation throughout the Village and the Jackson Hole valley to enhance our guests’ experience. As improvements are made, the TVA maintenance staff expands and now consists of two year‐round and one seasonal employee, Travis Newton, Darrell Robbins and Bill Barrett. You’ll recognize them by the blue shirts with Teton Village Association on them. For a complete calendar of activities and events please visit the Teton Village District website at www.tetonvillagewy.org or pick up a copy of the Village Mix at any Teton Village business. Sue Bybee is the Executive Director of both TVA and the Teton Village Resort District and can be reached at 307‐733‐5898 or tvaisd@yahoo.com. TETON VILLAGE WATER & SEWER DISTRICT UPDATES
TETON VILLAGE WATER & SEWER DISTRICT STAFF AT YOUR SERVICE Teton Village Water & Sewer District personnel operating the wastewater treatment plant and water system are highly trained. Like other licensed professionals, operators must take coursework and pass exams for certification. Once licenses are earned, employees must keep them up to date by taking continuing education courses on an annual basis. The wastewater treatment plant operates under strict permits issued by the DEQ (Department of Environmental Quality) and the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency). Daily operations must be supervised by a Class IV operator. The water supply is monitored daily for safety, and must meet local, state, and federal standards. Johnny Hogue took over the top position as Chief Operator this year, with Peter Huisman second in line as Supervisor. Serving the Teton Village community, the current staff members are: Johnny Hogue, Chief Operator (Class IV) Peter Huisman, Supervisor (Class IV) Vitale Vrincean (Class IV) David Arentz (Class III) Dan Daniels (Class III) Patti Harmon, Office Administrator Tina Roberts, Administrative Assistant Personnel are available seven days a week at the plant by calling (307) 733‐9231. You may reach Patti Harmon and Tina Roberts in the business office Monday‐Thursday at (307) 733‐5457.
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MINIMIZE YOUR WATER CONSUMPTION: TIPS ON CONSERVATION Teton Village Water & Sewer District pumps, on average, over 20 million gallons of water during the hot month of July. Commercial properties account for 55% of this number, while the remaining 45% (over 9 million gallons) goes to Residential properties. Here are some ways you can cut down on your water usage, and save on your utility bill: •
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CHANGES TO PROPERTY TAXES AND USER FEE PAYMENTS IN FY 2012‐13
accident if any individual customer’s payments are equal to the costs of the services they consume. As a result, the TVW&SD Board voted to eliminate the mill levy entirely over the next three years”. Lower property valuations from the Teton County Assessor’s Office, and a drop in the mill levy from the Teton Village Water and Sewer District will result in lower property tax rates for all property owners in Teton Village, including Granite Ridge and Shooting Star. The situation for individual properties will vary, but overall, valuations for residential properties are down 2.3%, and valuations for commercial properties are down 5.3%. The TVW&SD Board of Directors voted to lower the mill levy by one mill, reducing the levy from four mills to three mills in the upcoming fiscal year. The two combined should result in a noticeable reduction in taxes owed when the Teton County Assessor sends statements out in the fall. The TVW&SD Board has also struggled to tighten the belt on expenses. “It’s a difficult situation,” says Jim Terry, Treasurer. “With additional loan payments to repay for the new wells and the recent expansion of the wastewater treatment plant, the District is pulling back in other areas. Personnel costs have been cut back eighteen percent from FY 2010 levels, and every budget line item is receiving scrutiny. At the same time, the District has to maintain the water storage tank and sections of water and sewer mains that are forty years old.” With the drop in revenue from taxes, water and sewer fees will increase beginning with the July 2012 billing. The TVW&SD Board’s decision to continue to lower the mill levy and increase fees is the result of an ongoing comprehensive cost of service study for each and every customer. “The fact that assessed valuation and mill levy are unrelated to the cost and use of the District’s services means that there was and will continue to be a significant payment imbalance as long as the mill levy is in place,” says Joe Albracht, TVW&SD Board member. “When mill levy revenue is involved, it is a happy “When the July billing statements arrive showing an increase in fees, I’d like to ask property owners to remember that the TVW&SD Board also lowered property taxes,” says Les Gibson, Chairman. “We are doing our best to be fair in the way we charge for services.” The new rates for water and sewer service will be implemented with the July 2012 billing. Single‐family properties will be offered an annual payment option. REMINDER TO ALL PROPERTY OWNERS! HEARING ON CHANGES TO RULES AND REGULATIONS Teton Village Water & Sewer District Rules and The Regulations prohibit discharges of certain harmful materials to the Sewer system. These regulations are required by the U.S. EPA and the Wyoming DEQ so that treated water from the sewer plant meets drinking water (Class I) standards. The wastewater plant purifies ordinary domestic waste, but cannot detoxify industrial‐
type wastes. You, as property owner, are responsible of ensuring that these harmful materials do not enter the sewer system from your property. The public will have the opportunity to comment on the approved changes to the Regulations for Water and Sewer Use of the Teton Village Water and Sewer District at the annual meeting on July 19, 2012. The amendments provide consistency in language and policies throughout the document and remove stated dollar amounts for fees. The hearing will begin at 6:00pm in the Teton Village Firehouse. A fine of up to $2,500 could result from each occurrence!
BACKFLOW PREVENTION AT TETON VILLAGE WATER & SEWER DISTRICT TVWSD rules and regulations require that all service connections be equipped with an International Plumbing Code (IPC) approved Backflow Prevention Device. In the event of a loss of pressure in the distribution system due to construction or a sudden pipeline break a Backflow Prevention Assembly/Device prohibits the reverse flow of water. This protects the public water supply from possible contamination. Backflow prevention assemblies should be installed as close as practical to the downstream side of the water meter and prior to any other connection. Some water meter yolks have backflow prevention valves built in. During a water system shutdown, properly isolated services with a backflow prevention device will not siphon potentially contaminated water into the supply. Please participate in TVWSD’s effort to protect our water system by having a plumber inspect your service line for a backflow preventer and install one if necessary. TETON VILLAGE SPECIAL FIRE DISTRICT NEWS FIRE DISTRICT SAVES FOR NEW LADDER TRUCK replace outdated bunker gear with new gear. Several Teton Village residents have gone above and beyond by generously contributing financially to the Fire District. The Teton Village Fire Fighters and Chief Kevin Salava send a heartfelt “thank you” to all for your continued support. This past year the Teton Village Fire District has continued to save for a new, larger ladder truck, which can better serve in today’s Teton Village environment. Teton Village buildings have changed drastically since 1993, when the current ladder truck was purchased. The district intends to purchase a new ladder truck within the next few years. TVFD has also continued to TETON COUNTY COMMUNITY EMERGENCY RESPONSE TEAMS (CERT) PROGRAM
The Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Program offers to Teton County Residents the opportunity to become educated in disaster preparedness. Members will be trained in basic disaster response skills (fire safety, light search and rescue, team organization, and disaster medical operations). Teton County’s CERT program was started in March 2004, and encourages local residents to gain the knowledge and initiative to take on leadership roles in emergencies during that critical time between when an emergency occurs and when professional first responders arrive. Teton County offers a minimum of 1 CERT basic training course per year, and 4 quarterly continuing educational opportunities for current CERT members. For more information, contact Richard Ochs, Teton County CERT Coordinator: rochs@tetonwyo.org (307) 732‐8594 Or visit the CERT website at: www.tetonwyo.org and search “CERT”
FIRE SAFETY: GRILLING
Summer means time for outdoor fun: camping, vacations, reunions, backyard games, picnics, and…GRILLING. Along with the enjoyment of the fresh air, summer also brings with it fires and injuries due to outdoor cooking. Almost 3,800 Americans are injured by gas or charcoal grill fires annually. Be aware of a few fire safety tips to ensure that your summer of fun creates only happy memories. •
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Sleeping bag or warm blanket per person TETON VILLAGE FIREFIGHTERS ROSTER Kevin Salava Jon Bishop Austin Irby Eric Page Pete Sodolski Andy Stewart John Orzechowski Halsey Hewson Tom Foley Richard Rossetti Patrick Wiggins FFII FFII FFII FFI FFI FFI Chief, FFII, EMS Asst. Chief, FFII, EMS 1st Lt., FFI, EMS 2nd Lt., FFII, EMS 3rd Lt., FFI FIREFIGHTERS: Jim Knoke Paul Feik Matt Kirby Paul Houseman Michael Dynia IN AN
EMERGENCY DIAL 911 FF II FFI FFI, EMS FF FF IF YOU HEAR THE EMERGENCY SIRENS, TURN YOUR RADIO TO FM 95.3 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION AND INSTRUCTION. IMPORTANCE OF DEFENSIBLE SPACE The potential for fires is a concern for homeowners who live in or near wooded areas. Homeowners can help slow the advance of fire to their homes by creating a defensible space around the structure. Having defensible space also gives firefighters easier access to property. Here are some things homeowners can do to create defensible space: -
Remove downed trees and deadfall & remove branches to a height of 15ft within 100ft of all structures. Water vegetation within 30ft of each structure Install a screen constructed of non‐flammable material over the flue opening of every chimney or stovepipe. Mesh openings of the screen should not exceed ½”. Treat shake roof shingles with a fire retardant material before installation, and every three years to maintain fire resistance. The removal of any trees requires the approval of the Teton Village Architectural Committee. The County also reviews construction projects for compliance with the Wild Land Urban Interface code in areas of Teton Village that are heavily forested. The Architectural Committee is responsive to these code requirements. A brochure with more information on creating a defensible space is available from the District Office, by calling (307) 733‐5457. DONATE TO YOUR LOCAL FIREFIGHTERS! Join us in this year’s Old Bill’s Fun Run for Charities on Saturday, September 8, 2012. Please watch for the donation packet to arrive in your mailbox, and make sure to put the Teton Village Special Fire District on your list of recipients. All donations are tax deductible and will be matched on a percentage basis by sponsors of the event. The volunteer firefighters of Teton Village thank you for your support and generosity! TETON VILLAGE IMPROVEMENT/SERVICE DISTRICT NEWS PARKING ON RESIDENTIAL ROADS The roads in the residential areas of Teton Village and Granite Ridge are narrow, and street parking is only allowed by special permit. Vehicles parked without a permit are subject to being towed at the owner’s expense. One‐Day Permit for Special Occasion: Property owners may request a one‐day permit for street parking for a party or other special event. An application must be completed and approved at least five days prior to the event. There is no fee charged for a one‐day permit. Permit for Construction Parking: A permit for long‐
term street parking during construction must be approved prior to commencement of the project, and the property owner must agree to abide by the rules set forth in the “Rules and Regulations of the Teton Village Improvement and Service District”. A $2,500 deposit is required at the time of application. There is a $50 administrative fee charged for a construction parking permit. Property owners, residents and visitors must remember that under no circumstances is parking allowed on both sides of the road in the residential areas of Teton Village or Granite Ridge. Contact the District Office for the application materials required for securing a parking permit.
RECYCLING IN TETON VILLAGE Recycling is optional in Teton Village, but it is strongly encouraged. The recycling trailer is located at 2865 W. Apres Vous Road on the maintenance lot, which is just east of the Ranch Parking Lot. Property owners, residents, and guests, are all welcome to drop off the following items: Plastics #1 and #2 Aluminum cans Steel cans Office pack Magazines and catalogs Clean #2 plastic grocery bags Green, blue, clear, and brown glass Corrugated Cardboard BEARS & GARBAGE CANS There are many bear sightings each year in Teton Village. For your safety and for that of the bears, please do your part to keep human‐bear conflicts to a minimum. All garbage must be kept in bear‐certified containers, inside the garage or locked enclosure. Put your can out for pick‐up on the morning of service (not the night before), and make sure the lid is latched. Return garbage cans to the garage or enclosure promptly. Report any bear sightings to WY Game & Fish at (307)733‐2321. KEEP IT SLOW! SHARE THE ROAD With warmer weather comes an increase in the number pedestrians, bicycles, and joggers on the residential roads in Teton Village. Please obey the 20 mph speed limit and share the roads. Keep Teton Village a safe place! THE TETON VILLAGE ARCHITECTURAL COMMITTEE The Teton Village Architectural Committee (TVAC) reviews projects to insure that they follow the requirements of the Restrictive Covenants and Design Guidelines of Teton Village. Property owners are reminded that a permit from the TVAC is required for the following: • Any exterior changes. This includes color changes and any changes in the type of material used. • All remodel projects that involve any exterior modifications • Any landscaping changes, including tree removal and the addition of hot tubs and decks • All signage • All requests to burn debris • All new construction, and the addition of any out buildings Herb Brooks, the TVAC’s Building Inspector, makes on‐site inspections to make sure that the building setback and height requirements are followed, and that what is being built is what was approved by the Committee. The Committee has open meetings on the third Tuesday of each month in the Districts’ Office, 7020 Rachel Way, at 8:00a.m. If you have a project planned, you need to call Patti Harmon at (307) 733‐5457 at least two weeks before the monthly meeting to be included on the agenda. Construction drawings must be submitted at least one week before the meeting. Copies of the Restrictive Covenants are available from the District Office. UPDATES FROM CRYSTAL SPRINGS RANCH THE HOMESTEADS AT TETON VILLAGE Crystal Springs Ranch (CSR) has begun construction on its first phase of affordable housing on Parcel J in Teton Village. The site plan for phase one is comprised of 13 two story townhouse style units in one standalone and six duplex arrangements. The units are designed by Paul Bertelli of JLF & Associates (formerly Jonathan L. Foote and Associates), who designed the Cabins at Shooting Star. Each unit is approximately 1,400 square feet with three bedrooms two baths and an attached spacious single car garage. CSR is dedicated to working with essential services and those entities that contribute to public service, safety, education, environmental integrity and other priorities identified collaboratively by community leaders. The ability to house essential personnel in the Valley and at an attractive resort is a significant community benefit and provides lasting investment in our Valley’s human resources.
EMPLOYEE HOUSING—PARCEL 1 Après Vous Condominiums were completed in January of 2011. In addition to the well regarded residential units, Teton Thai is operating their popular restaurant, satisfying the appetites of residents and guests alike throughout the year. Après Vous Condominiums has been a tremendous success by developing a mixed use parcel that creates the opportunity for employees and musicians of Teton Village to enjoy a live‐work environment. Please feel free to contact the Director of Operations, Eric Buthmann, with any questions at 307‐413‐3420. TETON VILLAGE EVENTS Summer 2012 JULY July 3 ‐ 4 Red, White and 2!: Two‐day Teton Village Independence Day Celebration July 3rd – Mandatory Air will perform at the Village Commons 7pm – 10pm followed by Fireworks at 10pm July 4th – Calle Mambo will perform at the Village Commons 7pm – 10pm followed by Fireworks at 10pm Grand Teton Music Festival 51st Season Begins For a complete calendar call 307‐733‐1128 or visit www.gtmf.org Silver Collection Car Show and Auction http://www.silverauctions.com 8:00am‐ 6:00pm MC Presents Teton Art and Antique Show MC Presents (303) 570‐9763 9:00am – 5:00pm Concerts on the Commons ‐ MC YOGI 5:00pm to 7:30pm Concerts on the Commons ‐ Black Lillies 5:00pm to 7:30pm Concerts on the Commons – Nicki Bluhm 5:00pm to 7:30pm The Art Show in Teton Village presented by Soaring Eagle Studios Concerts on the Commons ‐ Silent Comedy Cache‐Teton Relay Red Bull First Descent www.jacksonhole.com 7:00am to 7:30pm Endurance downhill mountain bike competition in the JH Bike Park Concerts on the Commons ‐ SEE‐I July 4 July 7 July 13 ‐ 15 July 15 July 22 July 29 July 27 ‐29 AUGUST August 5 5:00pm to 7:30pm August 11 www.epicrelays.com August 11 August 12 5:00pm to 7:30pm August 18 ‐ 19 Grand Teton Music Festival Closing Concerts www.gtmf.org August 18 Grand Teton Relay www.grandtetonrelay.com Concerts on the Commons ‐ Sierra Leone August 25 Rendezvous Mountain Hillclimb at JHMR www.jacksonhole.com 8am, 9am A 7.4 mile and 4,139 vertical ft. running race; part of the “Run to the Summit” race series August 31 Labor Day Sale‐Teton Village Merchants September 1‐3 Labor Day Sale‐Teton Village Merchants August 19 5:00pm to 7:30pm SEPTEMBER September 8 LOTOJA www.lotojaclassic.com September 23 Jackson Hole Marathon www.jacksonholemarathon.com September 30 Aerial Tram Closes
GRAND TETON MUSIC FESTIVAL: 51ST SEASON For a complete calendar call 307‐733‐1128 or visit www.gtmf.org TUESDAYS 8PM—Inside the Music Each session focuses on a different topic, adding a spin to familiar and unfamiliar works.
WEDNESDAYS 8PM—Spotlight Concerts Features an eclectic mix of music, from Jazz to Bluegrass and Beyond! THURSDAYS 8PM—Musicians’ Choice Concerts offering programs hand‐picked by Festival Musicians. FRIDAYS 10AM—Open Rehearsal Come enjoy the music during the Orchestra final dress rehearsal of the week. FRIDAYS and SATURDAYS 8PM—Weekend Orchestra
August 18 – 19: Grand Teton Music Festival Closing Concerts www.gtmf.org CONCERTS ON THE COMMONS FIVE free concerts will be offered in Teton Village Commons on Sunday afternoons from 5:00‐7:30PM. Bring your own chairs or a blanket to spread out, but please leave dogs and glassware at home. Concerts on the Commons kick off on Sunday, July 3 in time for the Independence Day celebrations! •
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ALIVE@FIVE Every Monday through Thursday from June 18th through September 30tH (except Tuesday, July 3rd and Wednesday, July 4th), free weekly programs for the entire family will be held at the Village Commons from 5pm – 5:45pm Mondays – Theatrical Mondays with the Jackson Hole Playhouse The cast of the Jackson Hole Playhouse will come make its debut at Teton Village and get you intrigued with a teaser performance of the Ballad of the Cat Ballou. Tuesdays – Wildlife Tuesdays with Wildlife Expeditions of Teton Science Schools An engaging and interactive educational presentation on the wildlife and ecology of Jackson Hole by a Wildlife Expeditions Biologist of the Teton Science School. www.wildlifeexpeditions.org Wednesdays‐ Western Wednesdays with Snake River Ranch Meet a real cowboy from Snake River Ranch and learn about ranching and cattle in Wyoming. Roping demonstrations and cowboy talks. Thursdays – Raptor Thursdays with Teton Raptor Center Come see live hawks, falcons, eagles, and owls as you learn about their unique adaptations which make them the unparalleled hunters of the sky. See birds of prey at arm’s length and flying free overhead. www.tetonraptorcenter.org (In case of inclement weather the birds will be displayed and discussed under a canopy but will not take flight) IMPORTANT DATES July 19, 2012 6:00 pm 7:00 pm August 28, 2012 •
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Public Meeting, Public Hearing on Changes to TVW&SD Rules and Regulations, & Budget Hearings T.V. Fire Station ‐ 7648 Granite Ridge Loop Road Barbecue Applications for Election are due for Director positions: Teton Village Improvement & Service District (1 four‐year term) Teton Village Water & Sewer District (3 four‐year terms) Teton Village Special Fire District (1 four‐year term) Teton Village Resort District (1 three‐year term, 1 four‐year term) Teton Village Association ISD (1 three‐year term, 1 four‐year term commercial) Ballots Mailed to Qualified Electors October 15, 2012 October 31, 2012 Nominations due for Teton Village Architectural Committee, Commercial Representative November 6, 2012 Election Day. Mail ballots must be received in the District Office LIST OF CURRENT DIRECTORS IN TETON VILLAGE TETON VILLAGE SPECIAL FIRE DISTRICT: TETON VILLAGE IMPROVEMENT & SERVICE DISTRICT: PO Box 56, Teton Village, WY 83025 Michael Daus, Chairman 690‐3262 Carlen Carney, Treasurer 733‐5940 Patti Stancarone, Secretary 733‐4472 PO Box 413, Teton Village, WY 83025 Tim Carney, Chairman 733‐5940 Mary Kay Werner, Treasurer 733‐8265 Shawn Daus, Secretary 733‐3262 TETON VILLAGE ASSOCIATION ISD: PO Box 866, Teton Village, WY 83025 Jim Terry, Chairman 733‐3122 Jerry Blann, Treasurer 733‐2292 David Bernand, Secretary 732‐5070 TETON VILLAGE RESORT DISTRICT: PO Box 23, Teton Village, WY 83025 Junie Fuchs, Chairman 733‐2181 Matt McCreedy, Treasurer 733‐2292 Jamie Yarrow, Secretary 699‐0715 TETON VILLAGE WATER & SEWER DISTRICT: PO Box 586, Teton Village, WY 83025 Les Gibson, Chairman Tim Carney, Vice Chairman Jim Terry, Treasurer Joe Albracht, Director John Harkness, Secretary 733‐3623 733‐5940 733‐3122 733‐4472 733‐5023 TETON VILLAGE ARCHITECTURAL COMMITTEE: PO Box 541, Teton Village, WY 83025 Bill Schreiber, Chairman/ JHMR Representative Mary Kay Werner, Vice Chairman/Residential Representative Kevin Salava, Secretary / Multiple‐Dwelling Representative Curt Clauson, Treasurer /Commercial Representative Rachel Ravitz, Consulting Architect Herb Brooks, Building Inspector 739‐2701 733‐8265 730‐7544 733‐4297 699‐2454 739‐2660 
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